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    If it's anywhere near the quality of the NRP...

    If it's anywhere near the quality of the NRP vacuum pumps, stay far far away. Spend the money right the first time and get a Appion G twin.
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    I carry a Leatherman Wave. Been carrying...

    I carry a Leatherman Wave. Been carrying Leathermans for 10 years or so. Without one I feel naked.
  3. I have a brass hammer in my bag that I have grown...

    I have a brass hammer in my bag that I have grown quite fond of. Keeps my tools in shape, and It does a better job of banging things off of things without nicking said things up.:D
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    Best post yet. Gonna check em out.

    Best post yet. Gonna check em out.
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    Individual Gearwrenches?

    Anyone know where you can buy them? I've lost one and broken one and don't want to shell over the cheese for a whole new set.
  6. Getting refer temps in REALLY tight places...

    I just started a job where I am working on small cabinet units all day, and on one particular model I will be working on I have found it damn near impossible to get my clamp or thermocouple taped to...
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    I dunno. The pay might not be top notch, but it's...

    I dunno. The pay might not be top notch, but it's about $14 an hour more than I make right now. None of the last group of students that graduated 5 months ago have gotten even a helper job in the...
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    I got a job right out of school!!!

    I finished a 18 month HVAC course in 6 months with straight A's, and it really paid off. My teacher owns a huge company that services cell phone tower site a/c units in about 7 states, and he gave me...
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    I won't see the machine again till monday, I'll...

    I won't see the machine again till monday, I'll let you know then.
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    I think we are going to give the Hot Shot a try....

    I think we are going to give the Hot Shot a try. This system is basically a trainer, and we're not to worried about yeild, I'm just a little worried about the discharge temp and not being enough for...
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    So you usually get good yeild and no probs with...

    So you usually get good yeild and no probs with defrost using r414b? Why do you prefer it over the 409?
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    R-12 Manitowok drop in...

    Hi guys. I'm trying to find a decent (economical) refer replacement for an old Manitowok r12 ice machine. I'd like to be able to use the same oil if at all possible. any suggestions?
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    Only a week in with the Makita 10.8 impact and...

    Only a week in with the Makita 10.8 impact and drill, but working awsome so far. I'll update if they start dissapointing...
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    Ok, same thing could be said about 18v vs. 14.4v,...

    Ok, same thing could be said about 18v vs. 14.4v, or 14.4v vs. 12v. Looks like yours falls short as well.;) It's all in perspective, and I think the 10.8 will work just fine for it's intended use of...
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    I don't think I could go wrong with either one...

    I don't think I could go wrong with either one (Makita or Milwauki), but an impact AND drill are hard to beat for $149.
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    Got this kit for $149 this morning at HD. Woked...

    Got this kit for $149 this morning at HD. Woked great today, my partner had major impact envy!:)
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    Best driver for pulling panels?

    I'm going to be pulling lots O' panels on the job for PM's. I need a good driver to pull all the 5/16"s out. Right now I can get the Makita 10.8v Impact for $149 and it comes with a free 10.8v drill...
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    Found this adapter on Ebay. Looks a little...

    Found this adapter on Ebay. Looks a little fragile than the Fluke, but it's less than half the price and looks like it fits a bunch of other arrangements as...
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    I'd rather have the flexibility that the adapter...

    I'd rather have the flexibility that the adapter will give me, as far as using different types and brands of K type probes.
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    Pipe clamp thermocouple for Fluke 902

    I'm looking for a pipe clamp thermocouple for my 902. All the ones I've seen use the type K plug, and my 902 only has the banana plugs. Do I have to get an adapter, or is there a thermocoupled that...
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    I'm a beginer and I'm currently using a 902 for...

    I'm a beginer and I'm currently using a 902 for all around use. It's serving it's purpose for now, but I'm sure once I get going I'll probably get a more elaborate meter.
  22. Ended up with a JB 5 cfm Platinum series. From...

    Ended up with a JB 5 cfm Platinum series. From what I have read, I'm pretty sure I made a solid choice.:)
  23. Vacuum pump for Baard units on cell sites...

    I'm going to buy a Vacuum pump tomorrow, and I'm kind of confused on which one to buy. I will be working mostly on cell tower sites, with a possibility of a little bit of residential and...
  24. Thanks for all the info fellas. I still need to...

    Thanks for all the info fellas. I still need to see what my teachers company is going to supply me. I'm just starting to browse what's out there right now...
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    Bionic wrench anyone?

    Saw these today at Costco for $20, and just had to have them. I think they will be quite handy when working on copper tubing. The Bionic Grip works on 1/4-9/16 OD tubing or nuts, and the Bionic...
  26. Getting ready to buy the expensive stuff...

    Hey guys, back for more proffesional advice. I am getting ready to finish my HVAC course (finishing a years and a half course in six months), and I am starting to look at the tools I will need. I...
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    I found a cap at school that had a resistor...

    I found a cap at school that had a resistor permanetly soldered to the cap terminals. The teach told me to go ahead and yank it off of there, so problem solved! Thanks for all the replies anywho!:)
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    Capacitor draining

    I am wanting to make a capacitor draining tool, but am having a hard time finding a high wattage/high Ohm resistor. Where can I find a resistor that will fit the bill, and what would be the minimal...
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    Haha

    Haha
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    Go into the user control panel and open "edit...

    Go into the user control panel and open "edit options". Once in there, go down to "thread display options" and change the "thread display option" to "linear-oldest first". Then you are set!:)
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    Nevermind. Found the cure in th ucp.

    Nevermind. Found the cure in th ucp.
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    Posts showing up in wrong order??

    I am a new member here and am having a little problem. Whenever I click on a thread, the posts all show up in reverse order. Like post number 17 will be first, then it will descend to post number 3....
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    What does the Fluke 16 offer that the 902 doesn't?

    What does the Fluke 16 offer that the 902 doesn't?
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    That's my train of thinking...Why buy a meter...

    That's my train of thinking...Why buy a meter that I may or may not be happy with in a year, when I can buy one that I can count on keeping me happy. Thanks for the advice fellas.
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    I am looking at the fluke 902. It seems like it a...

    I am looking at the fluke 902. It seems like it a fav among the posters here. I can afford the extra $85 right now, so I think I'll splurge for the Fluke.
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    Which multimeter for a beginer?

    I'm getting ready to buy a multimeter for school and am very confused about which to buy. The school sells a fieldpeice sc66 for $115. Is this a good meter at a good price? I would rather spend a...
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    I'm not sure what kind of equipment I will be...

    I'm not sure what kind of equipment I will be primarily be working on, that's why I am wondering if I can stick any gauges on any manifold. If I buy a titan manifold with r22 gauges, can the same...
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    New guy needing manifold gauge advice...

    I am just starting to use gauges in school, and don't want to buy gauges twice. I am either going to buy YJ 41 series or YJ titan. Which ones do you recommend, and should I get 3 or 4 hoses? Also,...
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